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support record audio

Post by sam » Sun Oct 07, 2007 5:58 pm

does ranorex support record audio rack for being use as a learning tool ?
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Re: support record audio

Post by Support Team » Mon Oct 08, 2007 11:35 am

I don't exactly know what you mean by
record audio rack
however: Ranorex does support automating the Windows Volume and Recording Control as well as the Windows Sound Recorder.

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Post by sam » Thu Oct 11, 2007 10:00 pm

your tool can be use for instead records screen capture with audio to record event ( mouse key press) intead raster images but wth audio.
so when send event ranorex file with audio file track : people can folllow with the same software install in the same location of his os a audio formation without use mouse keyboard since ranorex control it .
with can use ranorex to show people howto use a software instead big capture screen file .
i would like to be able to see in ranorex a automate capture evant and audio tool that support synchronisation between events and audio recording file .
hope i expresses myself better than before

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Post by Support Team » Mon Oct 15, 2007 12:46 pm

Ranorex does not include an integrated audio recording tool. I.e. you cannot associate audio tracks to specific mouse/keyboard events and play the audio tracks when the corresponding event is replayed solely by using the Ranorex Recorder.

Of course, you could easily implement an application that does the synchronization of the input events and the audio tracks yourself.

You could, for example, record the mouse/keyboard events using the Ranorex Recorder, take the generated C# code and add code to play the corresponding audio tracks.

Hope that helps!

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